As I drove to work on January 2, following a two week holiday break filled with rest, wonderful family time, long-overdue home chores, and some lovely and memorable evenings with friends old and new, I was captivated by the last bits of the Supermoon while stopped at a red light. What a sight it was, lifting the ordinary to something ethereal and beautiful. What is it about all things space which are so captivating? Whatever it is, one of my new year’s resolutions is to spend more time looking up, as I used to do before life got so busy. Two of my fondest memories are of seeing the space shuttle Discovery flying over D.C. back in 2012, and setting my alarm for 3:00am to go outside and see the Perseids meteor shower one gorgeous night. Time to get back to that.
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